Biography

Glamorous blonde leading lady Cornelia Sharpe began appearing on TV and in films with regularity in the early 1970s. Among her more prominent film roles were the thrown-over girlfriend of detective Al Pacino in Serpico (1973), and the would-be assassin of Saudi Ambassador Sean Connery in The Next Man (1976). Somewhere along the line, someone decided that Sharpe would be the "next Farrah Fawcett." How else to explain the fact that Cornelia Sharpe starred in no fewer than two Charlie's Angels TV-movie rip-offs, Cover Girls (1977) and S*H*E (1980)? ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi